Help us shape our well-being objectives
The Well-being of Future
Generations (Wales) Act 2015is an exciting and ambitious piece of
legislation that is about improving the social, economic,
environmental, and cultural well-being of Wales. We are committed
to playing our part, and ensure that our decisions and actions take
into account the impact they could have on people living their
lives in Wales in the future.
An important element of this is the
development of a suite of well-being objectives that will be
embedded into our governance structure, and form the basis for our
impact measurement - we have therefore drafted four objectives that
we would very much welcome your feedback on. Your input is
important and valuable for us to ensure they are designed to
maximise our contribution to the well-being of Wales.
To view the proposed wellbeing objectives and complete a short
feedback questionnaire, please click here. The questionnaire will be
open until 22nd March 2017.
We do not see the setting of these objectives as a static
process, but as something we will be constantly evolving as
circumstances and our insight base develops. We also recognise that
delivering wellbeing for all communities in Wales is not something
that any public sector body can achieve on its own.
At Sport Wales we believe that this piece of legislation
provides an exciting opportunity to work more collaboratively
across the public sector to create a more active and more
successful Wales. We are looking forward to working with
organisations across the public, private and third sectors to
deliver on this, as well as listening and responding to the views
and needs of people living in Wales. We are therefore seeking
feedback around the proposed objectives from our each of our
partners and the wider public.
Thank you in advance for taking the time to feedback. We will
carefully consider your input, make any further iterations, and
will publish them on our website by the 31st March
Sport Wales is committed to developing an active, healthy and
successful Wales, where every citizen has the opportunity to
participate in sport and physical recreation and reach their